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Hamilton Co. buying apartment building in Boston’s South End

Hamilton Co. said Thursday that it is buying a 134-unit apartment complex in Boston’s South End for $52 million from Boston Land Development.

Hamilton Co., owned by Harold Brown, has been on a buying spree, snapping up $300 million in properties over the past three years.

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The South End building is within the Northeastern University campus at 650 Columbus Ave., near the South End-Roxbury border. The parcel also includes 33 condominiums and a 141-car garage.

“These well-developed, managed, and maintained buildings will continue to meet the moderate-priced housing needs of the South End residents and Northeastern University’s student population,” said Carl A. Valeri, president of Hamilton Co.

Hamilton Co., of Allston, owns and operates more than 5,000 apartments and 3 million square feet of commercial property in Eastern Massachusetts.

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